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German Lego builder David Wagner has created this awesomely impressive Lego sculpture showing us a classic scene from Star Wars. He built the scene that takes place at the Millennium Falcon parking spot on Docking Bay 327 where Obi-Wan and Darth Vader face off with each other.
The detailed Lego sculpture measures 90cm x 100cm, and required roughly 10,500 bricks, four months, and 1,000 € to complete it. It also comes complete with Led lighting. Check out the images below and tell us what you think!
As mentioned in the previous entry announcing that you can watch a few of its documentaries for free, the Mill Valley Film Festival opens today and runs through October 16. Introducing his overview of the festival (and his batch of capsule previews), Michael Hawley notes that this year's Mvff opens with Glenn Close's "gender-bending turn as a 19th century Irish butler in Albert Nobbs. Close will attend the screening with director Rodrigo García, and then reappear the following night for her own festival tribute and reception. Sharing opening night duties at a separate venue will be Jay and Mark Duplass' Jeff Who Lives at Home, starring Jason Segel and Susan Sarandon. The film is scheduled for a March 2012 release, making it an unusual choice for a Mvff opener. Both Duplass brothers are confirmed guests. Closing out the fest on Sunday, October 16 will be the film I'm most anticipating this autumn, »
2 items from 2011
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